2018 Marburg Open – Singles

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Singles
2018 Marburg Open
ChampionArgentina Juan Ignacio Londero
Runner-upBolivia Hugo Dellien
Final score3–6, 7–5, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Filip Krajinović was the defending champion but chose not to defend his title.

Juan Ignacio Londero won the title after defeating Hugo Dellien 3–6, 7–5, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Estonia Jürgen Zopp (Second round)
  2. Germany Yannick Hanfmann (First round)
  3. Bolivia Hugo Dellien (Final)
  4. Brazil Thiago Monteiro (Second round)
  5. Portugal Pedro Sousa (Second round)
  6. Brazil Rogério Dutra Silva (First round)
  7. Russia Alexey Vatutin (Second round)
  8. Switzerland Henri Laaksonen (Second round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  Argentina Juan Ignacio Londero 7 1 6
Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 5 6 1
Argentina Juan Ignacio Londero 3 7 6
3 Bolivia Hugo Dellien 6 5 4
3 Bolivia Hugo Dellien 6 6
WC Germany Julian Lenz 3 3

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Estonia J Zopp 6 6
Spain D Gimeno Traver 4 1 1 Estonia J Zopp 4 2
Germany D Brown 3 4 Argentina JI Londero 6 6
Argentina JI Londero 6 6 Argentina JI Londero 6 6
Argentina C Berlocq 6 6 Argentina C Berlocq 1 4
Germany M Moraing 4 2 Argentina C Berlocq 6 4 7
WC Germany Mats Rosenkranz 5 4 7 Russia A Vatutin 3 6 5
7 Russia A Vatutin 7 6 Argentina JI Londero 7 1 6
4 Brazil T Monteiro 3 6 6 Canada F Auger-Aliassime 5 6 1
SE Italy G Mager 6 2 2 4 Brazil T Monteiro 3 6 3
Germany O Otte 6 6 Germany O Otte 6 1 6
WC Germany B Hassan 0 4 Germany O Otte 4 5
Canada F Auger-Aliassime 6 4 6 Canada F Auger-Aliassime 6 7
Q Romania D Dima 3 6 4 Canada F Auger-Aliassime 6 77
France C Lestienne 4 77 3 8 Switzerland H Laaksonen 3 65
8 Switzerland H Laaksonen 6 62 6

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Portugal P Sousa 6 6
Croatia N Serdarušić 4 1 5 Portugal P Sousa 65 6 3
Australia M Polmans 3 3 Slovakia A Martin 77 3 6
Slovakia A Martin 6 6 Slovakia A Martin 2 1
Q Brazil T Bellucci 68 6 6 3 Bolivia H Dellien 6 6
South Africa L Harris 710 4 4 Q Brazil T Bellucci 6 3 66
Q France T Lamasine 2 2 3 Bolivia H Dellien 3 6 78
3 Bolivia H Dellien 6 6 3 Bolivia H Dellien 6 6
6 Brazil R Dutra Silva 4 4 WC Germany J Lenz 3 3
France G Sakharov 6 6 France G Sakharov 3 0
Q France E Benchetrit 6 6 Q France E Benchetrit 6 6
Spain R Ojeda Lara 4 4 Q France E Benchetrit 4 5
Austria S Ofner 1 64 WC Germany J Lenz 6 7
WC Germany J Lenz 6 77 WC Germany J Lenz 3 6 77
WC Germany R Molleker 4 77 6 WC Germany R Molleker 6 3 62
2 Germany Y Hanfmann 6 64 4

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